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Classes in Maslul

Classes in Maslul

 

Children's Gym:

The children work out in Maslul's specially equipped gym and also have access to the new virtual reality room. Goals: To strengthen the body, increase self-esteem and improve equilibrium and coordination.

Personal goals for each child  are determined at the outset and evaluated regularly.

Number of children in the group: up to eight.

Suitable for boys and girls, first grade and up.     

 

Focused Therapeutic Sport:

This class is suitable for children who have difficulty in performing everyday functions, i.e.

children with spatial orientation difficulties, sensory integration dysfunction, developmental coordination disorder (DCD), and problems with equilibrium and balance.

Number of children in the group: up to six.

Suitable for boys and girls from preschool up to  and including fourth grade.

 

Therapeutic Judo:

Learning judo instills self-confidence in children. It also teaches them control and self-discipline. Maslul's unique judo program helps to improve the children’s physical activity, functional motor skills, coordination and balance. The judo groups are small. Each child is given personal attention in a non-competitive and stress-free environment, helping them to develop and improve their physical capabilities, each child according to their abilities. 

Goals: To strengthen the child both physically and emotionally, and to improve their balance and coordination.

Number of children in the group: six to eight.

Suitable for boys and girls from kindergarten up to and including fourth grade.  

 

Gymnastics and Climbing Wall:

A variety of gymnastic activities which are based on therapeutic sports, using ladders, a balance beam, balls, scooters, and other suitable sports equipment

Goals: Strengthening and improving physical fitness and agility helps to boost a child's self-confidence. The climbing wall is used to strengthen shoulder and back muscles.

Number of children in the group: up to six.

Suitable for boys and girls from preschool up to  and including third grade.

 

Therapeutic Swimming:

This class takes place in a heated therapeutic pool. The classes are taught by hydrotherapists who are experienced in working with special needs children, and children with learning difficulties.  After an initial evaluation, children work to achieve their personal therapeutic goals Goals: Working in the water enables children with difficulties in coordination, or who are physically weak, to develop their sense of body and to reach therapeutic goals which would be harder for them to achieve on "dry land."

Number of children in the group: five to seven.

Suitable for boys and girls of kindergarten age.

 

The Sports Club for Special-Needs Adolescents:

A weekly 3-hour meeting which combines physical and social activity for adolescents dealing with CP, autism, mental retardation and head injuries  who attend special education facilities.

Goals: To expand their range of motion, to strengthen their muscles, to practice standing and to basically improve their physical movements overall. Another goal of the Sports club is to improve their social skills.

Number of adolescents in the group: up to eight.

Suitable for boys and girls between the ages of sixteen and twenty-one.

 

Artistic Gymnastics:

Class participants will learn movements from the world of dance and gymnastics, combining games and other activities. Equipment such as hoops, balls, ribbons, pompoms and ropes are used to connect with a variety of rhythms. The children are taught basic gymnastic exercises such as somersaults, handstands, splits and cartwheels.

Goals: To strengthen the shoulder muscles, increase endurance, strength and spatial orientation.

Number of children in the group: six to eight.

Suitable for boys of kindergarten age and for girls from kindergarten age up to and including  sixth grade.

 

Aerobics and Body Design:

Class participants learn basic aerobic movements and body designing techniques. Every week a new dance is taught – to a background of pop music -- using exercise bands, hand weights, and other accessories

Goals: To develop and improve heart/lung endurance, fitness and strength, and to strengthen the arms, legs, abs, chest and lower part of the body.

Number of children in the group: six to eight.

Suitable for boys and girls from second grade.